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Keep Joanne Kimball-Sherman at Roosevelt Elementary School

266 Signatures Goal: 1,000

For 18 years Mrs. Kimball-Sherman has called Roosevelt Elementary school her home away from home. She has been a constant source of support and encouragement through some very difficult changes and challenges within our Rosie community. She has been a teacher, a mentor, a tutor, a leader, an advocate and a source of inspiration to so many past and present students, teachers and professionals within our Roosevelt community. We are so very fortunate to have her as a constant during a period of revolving door leadership.


During her time at Roosevelt she has served a number of roles including: Special Ed Teacher, 1st grade teacher, head teacher under past Principal Kerry Clery, Stand in Principal in the absence of past principal Helen Overlan, lead 1st grade teacher and mentor to countless teachers who have come and gone at the Roosevelt.

Mrs. Kimball-Sherman has also served on numerous boards and committees including: Co PTO President (5 years), PTO VP (2 years), Coordinator of the Box Tops and Campbell Soup Labels, Coordinator of school Ice Cream Social, Gifted and Talented Coordinator; Participated in Math Circles, Playground committee, Auction helper raising lots of money through Bedtime Stories with Mrs. K-S, Sign Language Class, and First Grade Teacher party; created and organized Technology Fundraising Dine-outs to raise money to help teachers make technology purchases. Clearly her devotion to the children is second to none.

Mrs. K-S has also been nominated twice for Melrose Teaching in Excellence Award and was also nominated for Barnes and Noble Teacher of the Year award.

So why is Mrs Kimball- Sherman being taken away from a school that desperately needs experienced dedicated teachers? With our leadership in flux again this year, don't we, as a community, deserve to have a highly accomplished teacher remain with us at the Roosevelt? Don't OUR children deserve to have the best of the best? With so many students biding for a spot in one of her classes, why aren't we allowed to keep her at our school?

If you believe Joanne Kimball-Sherman has a proven record for excellence and you believe the Roosevelt community deserves to have excellent teachers, please join me in signing this petition in an effort to keep her at our school. Forward the link on to parents of past students, teachers, parents of students that are hopeful to have her in the coming years. Have your spouses/ partners sign it as well. The more support we can show the better chance we will have.

Thank you for taking the time to read this and consider supporting this effort.


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  • Tracey Cruickshank
    Tracey Cruickshank United States, Chelsea
    May 27, 2014
    May 27, 2014
    Mrs. kimball-Sherman wants to stay at Roosevelt and the parents of Roosevelt want her to stay. Please honor everyone's wishes.
  • Jane Mattucci
    Jane Mattucci United States, Medford
    May 24, 2014
    May 24, 2014
    There are no words to describe Mrs. Kimball-Sherman except wonderful, engaged and committed. She made learning fun with expectations high for each child. 2 out of my 3 children had her as a teacher, friend and role model. Start listening to the needs of the school and community. My children still know simple sign language today thanks to her.
  • Mike & Karen O'Malley
    Mike & Karen O'Malley United States, Malden
    May 22, 2014
    May 22, 2014
    Mrs. Kimball-Sherman has been an excellent teacher for Lilly...please keep her here at Roosevelt.
  • Susan Murphy
    Susan Murphy United States, Chelsea
    May 22, 2014
    May 22, 2014
    My two children were lucky to both have Mrs. Kimball Sherman for first grade and she is wonderful, and a huge contributor to a school that has seen too many leadership changes. Please keep her at the Roosevelt!
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